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OXO Good Grips Hand-Held Mandoline Slicer

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  • Adjustable for slices in 3 thicknesses
  • Clear surface shows slices below
  • Slice on cutting board or plate or hook over a bowl
  • Food holder protects hands and covers blade when not in use
  • Non-slip handle, knob and foot
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 3 x 10.5 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000YDO2LG
  • Item model number: 1119100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,890 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Making cucumber salad, an apple tart or a potato gratin? Try the OXO Good Grips Hand-Held Mandoline. Use the soft knob to simply adjust to the desired slice thickness, and slide the food over the stainless steel blade for perfect, even slices. A clear surface shows slices accumulating below. Slice on a cutting board or plate, or hook the soft foot over a bowl. A food holder protects hands and covers the blade when not in use.

Important Information

Safety Information
Blade is very sharp.Always use the food holder to prevent injury. Do not leave within reach of children.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Oxo made the hand-held model!
K. M. Hakes
Very nice, small and light, works well and is easy to store.
JD
It's very sharp though so be careful.
Christa R. Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By P. McCoy on April 23, 2009
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I recently received this item and this is my very first mandoline slicer. For me, the price was decent for a beginner. However, I found the vegetable holder awkward to use, especially with the large onion I was attempting to slice. At the same time, I was delighted at how quickly I was able to slice the onion. Another downside, the food tends to get caught on the underside and, at times, during slicing, the food catches on the topside as well. Also, I thoroughly inspected the package for instructions on the care and cleaning of this mandoline and was unable to find any instructions or suggestions on the most appropriate way to care for it after use. Oxo needs to include that information.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By M. Wolf VINE VOICE on July 25, 2010
This is the first mandolin I've used so I cannot compare it to others.

1. Adjusting the cutting thickness a bit tricky

2. Great for items like radishes - consistent slices and the finger guard holds the radish well

3. Razor thin slices of onion

4. Mashes tomatoes a bit but still nice usable thin slices (I tend to hand hold as the finger guard does not attach well to the tomato without smashing it

5. A bit narrow for cabbage even when cut into small slices

6. Works well with mushrooms

7. Even on the widest setting slices are fairly narrow.

8. Grip is easy to hold
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By K. M. Hakes on March 22, 2011
I have used a large mandoline slicer over the years and recently wondered why someone hadn't invented a smaller one: then guess what? Oxo made the hand-held model! I have sliced cucumbers, carrots and onions with great ease. Just a personal note: This CAN be used without ending up in Urgent Care or the Emergency Room: it's called being careful with all sharp objects!
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85 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Arline K. on April 10, 2009
Well, I'm shocked that there are ANY positive reviews for this gadget. If ANYBODY is the "gadget queen" in the kitchen, it's me. I own and have used the Boerner V-slicer for at least 15 years and love it, but sometimes when you just have a small, quick job to do, I thought this might qualify - so I went and bought one. I think it's terrible! First of all, the finger protector is almost unusable. The points on the underside meant to grab and hold onto the food are so shallow that they don't want to penetrate the piece of vegetable or fruit or maintain its grip on it more than one swipe across the cutter. So, I resorted to just holding the apple quarters, in this case, with my hand with plans to just not slice the last little chunk of each piece when I was getting too close to the blade. The adjusting of the cutting thickness is already a big pain as the little control/slider wants to stick at each junction, making it difficult to change the thicknesses. When sliding the apple in the downward motion, it made perfect and uniform slices. But, when you are sliding it back up (the hand motion is usually rapidly sliding the pieces of food down and then back up across the blade) - well, the food tends to sort of get caught in the returning motion on the far end of the blade. There's a little ridge or separation bet. the blade and the support so it catches the food on the upward motion, frequently "yanking" it out of your hand. This causes the food to drop away and creates a potentially dangerous environment as your hand is normally moving back & forth fast so that you could end up slicing your fingers on the way back down again across the blade before you even realize that the food fell away from your hand. Is that understandable?? Sorry, it's just dangerous and because of it's poor design, it encourages people to not use the finger protector which is an accident waiting to happen. I'm returning mine.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By April Stambaugh on January 7, 2009
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Very happy with this product even though I sliced the end of my finger off soon as I took it out of the box. Be careful it is really, really sharp. Very good product for quick no fuss slicing.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L. Witherspoon on October 7, 2010
If you are going to be using this on a daily basis, then you are sure to be disappointed. This is NOT a professional grade mandoline slicer and will not perform like one. For that daily use, go ahead and shell out the $100-200, otherwise for occasional use this will work just fine. The plastic is fairly sturdy and will hold up even when used at an incline, the blade is very sharp and the action is reliable. I also like the lock setting for general storage. I have only two wish/complaints. Another couple of settings for the blade would be nice, and I wish the prongs on the hand guard were metal so that it would "grip" the vegetable better. Otherwise the settings are good for chips and slices, and cutting the veggie in half and pressing the guard on the cut side alleviates that issue. Also, just a tip, pressing down too hard on the slicer can cause it to bend, decrease the amount of control you have, and create a semi-dangerous situation which will eventually result in a person cutting their fingers. The blade should be sharp enough to cut without excessive amounts of pressure, just like any good knife. If it isn't you probably need a new mandoline. Don't end up getting stitches like another review on a twenty dollar piece of kitchen equipment.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Bohemian Bon Vivant on September 9, 2012
UPDATE:

Well it was that time again to make Alice Waters' delightful shaved fennel and mushroom salad, but alas, after perhaps only 6 uses ever, this was no longer up to the task. Apparently the blade had dulled quite a bit since the last time I used it (fall, I believe) even just from sitting in the drawer. Making that salad that had been so easy was an absolute chore. I will say that the hand guard works very well, but the blade itself just couldn't keep up, and in fact I gave up after the fennel and just manually cut the mushrooms as thin as I could.

Worse still, the adjustable part kept flexing so that the blade wasn't parallel anymore. On the adjustment handle side it was quite a bit more depressed than on the other side, meaning the cuts weren't parallel and the pieces weren't flat.

I threw it right in the garbage and am going to try the Kyocera version with the ceramic blade instead of this dull thing (which probably isn't even stainless steel). It sure doesn't cut very well anymore. I LOVED this the first few uses. Not anymore. It went right in the trash. Life's too short to work this hard and fight your tools while trying to get dinner together.

Try this as an alternative: Kyocera CSN-202-BK Adjustable Mandolin Slicer, Black

Review dropped from 5 stars to 1, though, again, points for the hand guard (which I kept to try out with
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